[PAST EVENT] William & Mary Law Review's Cryptocurrency Symposium

February 11, 2022 - February 12, 2022
2pm - 1:30pm
Zoom Webinar
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William & Mary Law Review is hosting the Cryptocurrency Symposium! We have eleven exciting speakers and three panels. A range of topics will be covered from regulation of cryptocurrency to "Making Virtual Things." Each panel will include a question and answer portion to engage with our panelists.  


2:00-2:15 - Opening Remarks

2:15-4:14 - Panel 1: 

    Professors Juliet Moringiello, Widner University Commonwealth Law School and Christopher Odinet, University of Iowa College of Law: "Real Estate Transfers and the Intangible Case for NFTs"

    Professor Joshua Fairfield, Washington & Lee School of Law: "Making Virtual Things"

    Professor James Grimmelman and Jason Windawi, Cornell Law School: blockchain, resource systems, infrastructure


9:00-11:15 - Panel 2:

    Professor Allen, American University Washington College of Law: "DeFi: Shadow Banking 2.0?"

    Professor Del Wright, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law: "Financial Privacy in a Crypto World: the Tension between the Surveillance Economy and Crypto"

    Professor Bayern, Florida State University College of Law: "Implied Organizations and Technological Governance"

11:15-1:15 - Panel 3:

    Professor Carla Reyes. Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law: "Emerging Technology's Language Wars: Cryptocurrency"

    Professor Kevin Werbach, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School: "Digital Asset Regulation: Peering into the Past, Peering into the Future"

    Professor Eric Chason, William & Mary Law School: "Regulating Crypto, On and Off the Chain"

1:15 - Closing Remarks


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